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Mold is everywhere: inside, outside, upstairs, downstairs, in the dark, in the light. Certain types of mold though thrive particularly well in indoor spaces and pose a threat to people occupying these buildings. Let’s run down a few of the most common indoor molds listed on Mold-Info.net that need to be eliminated.
Summer is here, which unfortunately means, so is mold! These next 3 months are considered the hottest months of the year in Maryland and surrounding seasonal areas. They are going to not only equal pool time, cookouts, vacations and great fun, but they may also include the growth of excess mold.
Advanced Mold Remediation is certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration and we think you should know exactly what this is and what it means in terms of the quality, experience and guaranteed satisfaction from accredited professionals.
What is Mold Remediation?
Mold remediation is the process of removing cleaning up mold found in an indoor environment. While many people think that simply spraying and cleaning themselves with chlorine bleach will solve the problem of a mold infestation, the truth is that the EPA has not approved the use of chlorine bleach to kill mold.